Police Release Details of Two-Vehicle Crash on Carson Hill Road

BRADY TWP., Pa. (EYT) – State Police in DuBois have released the details of a two-vehicle crash that occurred in Brady Township.

According to a release issued by PSP DuBois on Wednesday, January 25, this crash happened on Carson Hill Road, in Brady Township, Clearfield County, around 6:04 p.m. on Thursday, January 12.

Police say a 2003 GMC Sonoma operated by 27-year-old Christopher M. Herrlich, of DuBois, was stopped in the eastbound lane waiting for oncoming traffic in order to make a left turn into the Dollar General.

According to police, 26-year-old Elijah L. Lockwood, of Reynoldsville, saw Herrlich waiting with his turn signal on and failed to stop his 2013 Honda CRV. Lockwood attempted to avoid striking Herrlich’s vehicle but hit it in the right rear taillight.

Lockwood’s vehicle continued up an embankment and into a field.

No injuries were reported. Both occupants were using seat belts.

According to police, Lockwood was charged with a traffic violation.

Herrlich’s vehicle was able to be driven from the scene, while Lockwood’s vehicle was towed by Bigler Boyz Towing.

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